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Hype Driven Development, from Frameworks to Microservices

Last week Marek Kirejczyk‘s essay on Medium about the dangers of hype driven development, which he described as “how teams bring doom on themselves,” triggered a massive online discussion about what’s driving today’s technology decisions. In a nutshell, hype driven development (HDD for short) has...
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Logging: Change Your Mind

Most people consider logging something nice to have; a supplement to the code that matters or something you add in order to debug a problem. Having worked for the past year in a distributed microservices architecture I finally discovered what logging truly is: it's Google Analytics for your code....
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Abhishek Chauhan
Abhishek Chauhan, VP and CTO at Citrix discusses the importance of changing the way we develop network services to support microservices at LinuxCon NA.

Micro-Application Services Require Micro-Network Services

"TCP: Treason uncloaked!" Abhishek Chauhan, VP and CTO at Citrix, launched his LinuxCon North America keynote with a trip down memory lane, when this was an actual Linux kernel log message. What is the significance of this silly message? Chauhan says that when this message was changed to something...
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The Docker Monitoring Problem

This post is part 1 in a 4-part series about Docker monitoring. Part 2 explores metrics that are available from Docker, part 3 covers the nuts and bolts of collecting those Docker metrics, and part 4 describes how the largest TV and radio outlet in the U.S. monitors Docker. This article dives into...
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Learn about the growing importance of cloud technologies in our free 2016 Guide to the Open Cloud report.

3 Emerging Cloud Technologies You Should Know

In previous articles, we’ve discussed four notable trends in cloud computing and how the rise of microservices and the public cloud has led to a whole new class of open source cloud computing projects. These projects leverage the elasticity of the public cloud and enable applications designed and...
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Writing Docker Microservices in COBOL

There is one thing that COBOL does very well and that has kept it around longer than one would expect. The one thing that COBOL does well is volume processing. A lot of very big companies and firms use it to process a lot of data. The Social Security Administration currently has about 60 million...
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Learn about the growing importance of cloud technologies in our free 2016 Guide to the Open Cloud report.

Trends in the Open Source Cloud: A Shift to Microservices and the Public Cloud

Cloud computing is the cornerstone of the digital economy. Companies across industries now use the cloud -- private, public or somewhere in between -- to deliver their products and services. A recent survey of industry analysis and research that we conducted for our 2016 Guide to the Open Cloud...
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Node.js Interactive
To avoid pitfalls, management and decision makers need to look beyond just "containerizing-all-the-things" and take a holistic approach to their software development, QA, release, and culture, says Ross Kukulinski, Product Manager at NodeSource.

Pitfalls to Avoid When Implementing Node.js and Containers

The use of containers and Node.js are on the rise as the two technologies are a good match for effectively developing and deploying microservice architectures. In a recent survey from the Node.js Foundation, the project found that 45 percent of developers that responded to the survey were using...
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Cloud Native: Service-driven Operations that Save Money, Increase IT Flexibility

I obsess about operations. I think it started when I was a department IT manager at a financial services institute. It was appallingly difficult to get changes deployed into production and the cost of change was spectacularly high. It felt like there had to be a better way, and most every decision...
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Learn about the growing importance of cloud technologies in our free 2016 Guide to the Open Cloud report.

4 Notable Trends in Open Source Cloud Computing

Some of the most successful public companies today are built around cloud-native applications -- a fashionable term that simply means they’re designed to run in the cloud. Netflix, Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, and Amazon have all leveraged open source components within a distributed, microservices-...
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